Tokyo Motor Show 2019. How much do we know?

Administrator posted this 23 September 2019

The Tokyo Motor Show is a large and anticipated event in the automotive industry. The event is held every two years. It takes place on October 24 — November 4, at Tokyo Big Sight.

The manufacturers reveal the details of concept cars and production models of cars, the release and full implementation of which is expected in 2020-2022, what is naturally, with the approach of the Tokyo Motor Show. And if it seems that much is already known, manufacturers are always able to surprise at the showrooms, without putting all cards on the table.

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Audi, Tesla and Hyundai — Safest EV Leader

Administrator posted this 19 September 2019

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) define the safest cars, and Tesla Model 3 finally made it in the Top 3.

On September 19, 2019, the IIHS published info about the safest cars’ rating. The results of experiments and crush tests among all-electric plug-in vehicle define three leaders.

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The First EV by Mazda - is One Step Closer to the New Cars Generation

Administrator posted this 17 September 2019

The main purpose (at least one of them) of the car's manufacturers - is to decrease fuel emissions and make a powerful car with the electric engine. What is the EV’s market position today? Thousands of Electric-Car Community events happening all over the world but users aren’t riddled with excitation.

Sales of electric vehicles are growing gradually, similarly, manufacturers are introducing new lines of cars HEV, PHEV, REEV, BEV, FCEV.

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OBD2 Protocols. What are their difference?

Administrator posted this 12 September 2019

Is there a practical need for the driver to understand what OBD2 protocols exist and what is their significant difference? Not exactly. Modern diagnostic devices, give only important information. Specifically, the application supports full inCarDoc OBD2 Protocols. However, it is desirable to know, why there are several types of protocols, and what are their key features. 

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The Main Issues to Choose Brake Pads

Administrator posted this 10 September 2019

Someday, all spare parts of the car wear out and require replacement, and it doesn’t matter how expansive and up-to-date your car is. Brake Pads aren’t an exception, what is more, they should be replaced before they were worn out completely, as this unit is really important. Somehow, your life depends on them.

So, what are the main issues you will face up with, during the choose of the new brake pads?

  1. When do you need to replace brake pads?
  2. Do brake pads have a huge influence over the performance car’s characteristics?
  3. What features you should pay attention to?
  4. You must use only OEM components, mustn’t you?

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Administrator posted this 05 September 2019

Modern cars are equipped with power steering, which facilitates the interaction of the driver with it. There are two types of such boosters: hydraulic and electric. To find out what are the advantages and disadvantages of each of them, read the article. 

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Is It True That Cars in South Africa are not OBD2 Compliant?

Administrator posted this 03 September 2019

Cars from any countries within Africa (including South Africa), Uruguay, Colombia, and Bolivia doesn’t support OBD2. But all rules have some exception. Let’s find out why does it happened, and which cars in South Africa are most likely to be compatibility with OBD2.

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Cars with the Highest Fuel Economy Rating (Besides Hybrids)

Administrator posted this 29 August 2019

If miles per gallon or kilometers per liter is something that concerns you above car tech. specs, then stick around this article. Gasoline and diesel prices do fluctuate from time to time. Regardless of the fuel affordability, the efficiency has always been an important parameter on the purpose list of the smart car-buyers.

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Smoke from exhaust pipe

Administrator posted this 22 August 2019

Such a thing as the color of the exhausts’ smoke can provide a lot of useful information about your car. It helps to prevent serious damage.  Under normal conditions, the smoke is almost colorless.

  • Black Smoke
  • White Smoke
  • Blue Smoke

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The Truth about Cushion Buffer

Administrator posted this 20 August 2019

Power (Spring) Cushion Buffer also can be called as Car Buffer Bumper Cushion or Coil Spring Cushion Buffer — names for one unit of the vehicle. It is a shock-absorbing gasket installed between the turns of the suspension shock absorbers. Cushion Buffer is a new product in the automotive market, and it is a reason to raise the issue of its advantages & disadvantages.  

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